Sunday, 28 October 2012

“Are You a Responsible Citizen?” - Professor M.S.Rao

“Ask not what your country can do for you; ask what you can do for your country.” - John F. Kennedy

Dear citizen! You are the biggest resource for your nation.  Do you know that? The future of your nation depends on proper utilization of your invaluable resource. Do you recognize that? You have a huge potential to contribute the best for yourself and to the society as whole.  Do you realize that?  When you work with other citizens in a team you can maximize your outcome and make your presence felt on your nation. Do you understand that?

If you understand these things and act accordingly, you are a responsible citizen.  Remember the following points:

  • Talking too much and not taking responsibility is not the quality of a good citizen.
  • Neglecting your roles and responsibilities and enjoying at the cost of others is not the quality of a good citizen.
  • Demanding your rights and neglecting your duties is not the responsibility of a good citizen.

Hence, be a responsible citizen and contribute your best to leave a mark for yourself, your country, and mankind.   The intention of this post is to awaken and inspire you to take action for your good; for the good of your society; and your country as a whole.

Good luck to be a good citizen!

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